- I have forced WL to rescan for plugins
- Wavelab Plug-in Set.vst3 is in C:\Program Files\Steinberg\WaveLab 9\System\plugins
- Wavelab Plug-in Set.vst3 is not listed as a plugin to ignore
- I have reinstalled WL9 and the WL9.1 update
Thanks in advance.
A serious error has occurred inside the plug-in ‘Sonnox DeClicker’.
WaveLab Pro could control it, but it would be best to save your work and restart WaveLab Pro.
I just wondered, does it make any difference if you delete or rename the whole Wavelab 9 Pro folder there, rather than just the Preferences folder that's inside? I thought that was the standard method. https://helpcenter.steinberg.de/hc/en-u ... references
I still would really like to get this solved. Is there anything else I can do on my end to help find the issue?
I will give it a try and let you know.
bluenoiseMF, I wonder have you tried any of the following?:
PG, Will Wavelab continue to be supported on Windows 7 until then? Surely there are many others still running Wavelab on Win 7.PG wrote: ↑Sat Aug 25, 2018 6:51 amThey must be a conflicting component on the Enterprise version of Windows 7. Though this might have nothing to see with Windows.
BTW, Windows 7 support from Microsoft will end soon, in 17 months:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/hel ... sheet#win7
I think so.Will Wavelab continue to be supported on Windows 7 until then?
I don't think so.is it possible for a 9.1 updater download to be funky in a way that would contribute to all this?
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